• Diabetes is a condition causing a build up of high levels of glucose in the body, which has damaging effects on multiple organs, skin, blood vessels, nerves, eyes, kidneys and the feet. For this reason people with diabetes can be more prone to complications and to long term impacts of leaving issues untreated.
  • All Diabetic patients, types 1 and 11 should visit a Podiatrist regularly for check ups at a minimum annually, irrespective of whether or not they suffer pain. 
  • Neuropathy: One of the complications of diabetes is ‘neuropathy’. Neuropathy means “lack of sensation” so in patients who suffer with neuropathy, their pain response may be fully or partially absent. This means a neuropathic patient can injure themselves without realising it. Secondary infection can then manifest itself rapidly so if any diabetic patient injures their foot or ankle an early visit to a Podiatrist is essential.
  • Diabetic foot ulcers: A foot ulcer in a diabetic patient is a medical emergency, and accordingly should be reviewed by a Podiatrist within 24 hrs if possible. NICE regulations are strict about this from a treatment and preventative viewpoint. https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng19/chapter/Context

Common diabetic foot and ankle complications:

  • Peripheral arterial disease
  • Neuropathy (changes to the nerves)
  • Diabetic ulceration
  • Infection
  • Athletes foot

What I like about Keerti is that he doesn’t just work on the alignment of the body, he really treats you like an individual case with many dimensions within the mind, body and spirit that could be affecting you. He is bursting with energy and enthusiasm for his work and I found he has layers and layers of knowledge taken from western medical teachings and ancient holistic knowledge from the East, that gives him such a vast perspective on your case. 

Keerti is the only doctor who understood my back problem and solved it completely. He is an absolutely amazing doctor.